Book Reviews

What the Pet Food Industry is Not Telling You is an excellent book for pet owners. Stephanie Krol explains the raw feeding habits she has used on her dog and learned from other experts. I enjoyed reading it and learned a lot. I now have to sort through it to see what I want to use on my two dogs. - Fred Fanning (on Goodreads)

A diligently researched pet-care manual, but some readers may balk at the considerable commitment required. - Kirkus

I think my dad, God rest him, would have loved this author. When we were kids, we had lots of dogs and cats, and dad never took them to the vets, and I remember we fed them scraps from the table: meat, veg, stuff like that. Our pets seemed to live forever; I remember, our old golden retriever lived until she was thirteen. - The Wishing Shelf Book Reviews

In What the Pet Food Industry is Not Telling You, Dr. Stephanie Krol imparts valuable information on how to keep dogs heathy with a raw food diet.
Regardless, this volume is perfect for dog owners and holistic animal professionals. If you’re interested in exploring a raw food diet for your pet, then this is the book for you.- BlueInk Review

Krol debuts with an impassioned treatise on using holistic nutrition to ensure the longevity of our pets. Focusing mainly on dogs, although she offers insight for cat owners as well, Krol argues that no commercial pet food is healthy, instead suggesting owners follow what she calls “Single Category Rotational Feeding,” a diet plan that includes only one category of food per day, drawing from raw meat, cooked vegetables, and fruits in their natural state. - BookLife by Publishers Weekly

What the Pet Food Industry Is Not Telling You: Developing Good Practices for a Healthier Dog Kindle Edition. Please see this link for various customer reviews on Amazon.

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